Scott Davidson of Image Circle
will speak on
Digital Imagers Meeting
Sunday May 7, 2017 at 1:15, Pitt Scaife Hall, Room 1102
Please join us for an instructional session on the technical and technique of image making.
Scott Davidson has been a serious student of photography as an art form since the mid 1970's and earns a living selling limited edition prints at art festivals and galleries throughout the mid-west and east. A regular award winner, his work is eclectic in nature but contemplative in concept and he's fond of saying
" ...the only camera that really matters is the one between your ears..."
Scott Davidson has been inspired from an early age by the works of Ansel Adams, Paul Strand and Edward Weston. He has pursued photography as an art form since the mid 1970's. He was fortunate to study with west coast master photographer Oliver Gagliani, who was an early student of Ansel Adams in the late 1940's. Scott moved to western Pennsylvania in 1992, and continued his landscape photography nearby, in McConnells Mills State Park, and Moraine State Park. His more recent interest in architectural elements, Infra-red photography and the urban landscape have been stimulated by the many opportunities afforded by the major cities. Scott's work may be seen year round at the Gallery on 43rd street in Pittsburgh.